Teachers and students from Trumbull\u2019s Madison Middle School recently collected more than 70 holiday gifts for clients of The Center for Family Justice (CFJ), the Bridgeport-based nonprofit which serves victims of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in six local communities. The gifts were presented to CFJ by Madison Middle School teacher Jeanne Malgioglio, who along with teacher Nancy Yarmosh, organized the faculty gift collection. In addition to gifts from faculty members of the school\u2019s KARE club, a student group which engages in philanthropic projects, donated more than a dozen \u201cbedtime bags\u201d for preschooler who are CFJ\u2019s clients. In addition to the gifts, Malgioglio, also presented dozens of blankets made by the Binky Patrol, a community-based service organization which creates soft, cozy blankets for children and families in need. \u201cWe couldn\u2019t me more grateful to the Madison Middle School faculty and students for their overwhelming generosity,\u201d said Debra A. Greenwood, President and CEO of The Center for Family Justice. \u201cOur clients and staff were overwhelmed by the heartwarming generosity of the school community as well as the Binky Patrol. We also deeply appreciate of the efforts Jeanne Malgioglio and Nancy Yarmosh put into organizing this gift drive on our behalf.\u201d Greenwood noted many of the gifts will be presented to clients or families leaving in CFJ\u2019s Kathie\u2019s Place safe house, the 15-bed shelter for individuals and families escaping abusive relationships. \u201cWe thank the entire Madison Middle School community for sharing the holiday spirit with our deserving clients,\u201d says Greenwood.